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show how reflecting on a situation has improved own knowledge, skills and understanding
You will have to look it up, but Albert Einstein's first formula for one his theory's of relativity was wrong, after many months or a couple of years, (I'm not sure) he recalculated his math and came up with the correct formula, [ otherwise he would have been terribly wrong. Look it up to be sure. That is a very good example. ................ ]
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Weegy: You will have to look it up, but Albert Einstein's first formula for one his theory's of relativity was wrong, after many months or a couple of years, (I'm not sure) he recalculated his math and came up with the correct formula, [ otherwise he would have been terribly wrong. Look it up to be sure. That is a very good example. ................ ]
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User: how reflecting on a situation has improved own knowledge, skills and understanding?

Weegy: You will have to look it up, but Albert Einstein's first formula for one his theory's of relativity was wrong, after many months or a couple of years, (I'm not sure) he recalculated his math and came up with the correct formula, [ otherwise he would have been terribly wrong. Look it up to be sure. That is a very good example. ................ ]
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User: how reflecting on a situation has improved own knowledge, skills and understanding as caregiver?

Weegy: Lifelong learning is the continuous building of skills and knowledge throughout the life of an individual. It occurs through experiences encountered in the course of a lifetime. [ [ These experiences could be formal (training, counseling, tutoring, mentorship, apprenticeship, higher education, etc.) or informal (experiences, situations, etc.)[1] Lifelong learning, also known as LLL, is the "lifelong, voluntary, and self-motivated"[2] pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. As such, it not only enhances social inclusion, active citizenship and personal development, but also competitiveness and employability....ref: ] ]
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User: show how feedback from others has developed own knowledge, skills and understanding as caregiver?

Weegy: You can attach a copy of a recent appraisal as evidence for this. [ The appraisal will show your managers feedback on you since your last appraisal. Further information you could add: My manager has received feedback from colleagues who have ‘shadowed’ me on service user visits. She has given me feedback on my performance, and highlighted future training events that I may find beneficial. I have received compliments from service user’s, on the standard of care I deliver, and my polite attitude. I have received verbal feedback from my manager on my willingness to undertake extra shifts, and how I am an effective member of the team. ]
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